Finnish doomy dark metal band 0XÍST has parted ways with guitarist Henrik Hajanti. The group, which will embark on its first European tour in March, has yet to announce a replacement.
0XÍST's debut album, "Nil", was released last year as a joint effort by French labels Ostra Records and Cold Void Emanations. The CD was recorded and mixed at D-Studio in Klaukkala. The cover art and the booklet layout were designed by French artist YhN.
"Nil" track listing:
01. Old World Vanished 02. Nil 03. Cold Dark Matter 04. Arrival 05. Anemone Patens MCCXLIX 06. Of Wood, Stone And Bone 07. Shrivel
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The song "Shrivel" can be streamed below.
"Nil" was the first 0XÍST release to feature Mikael Ahlstén (ex-SAATTUE) on drums.
0XÍST, which stands for "zero exist," "performs metal that is slow, heavy, menacing and stands truthfully for what it is being described to be — dark metal," according to a press release.
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